Sikorsky Aircraft Colloquium Series: Engineering the Future of USMC Heavy Lift

Thursday, November 10, 2011
5:00 p.m.
1110 Jeong H. Kim Building Lecture Hall
Erika Aparakakankanange
301 405 3457
eaparaka@umd.edu

Join the Aerospace Engineering Department for another installment of the Sikorsky Aircraft Colloquium Series. Dr. Michael S. Torok, Vice-President and Chief Engineer for United States Marine Corps Programs for Sikorsky Aircraft will be the guest speaker.

Fresh off receiving the 2011 DOD System Engineering Top 5 Program Award, this brief will highlight the DOD's only remaining, helicopter development program, the USMC's CH-53K. In addition to providing status on the program, sub-topics will include the system engineering approach, technology development, the use of advanced digital design, simulation and manufacturing tools and a look forward to flight test and full rate production. Although focused on the CH-53K Program, the discussion will address product development approaches that have wide applicability across multiple business sectors.

More information about Dr. Torok is available on the aerospace department website here.

Audience: Public  Clark School  Graduate  Undergraduate  Faculty  Staff 

 

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